The historical, Latin name of Ireland, given by the Romans is ...

Albion
E'ire
Hibernia
Irlinde
The Romans would later refer to Ireland by this name too in its La­tinised form - Hi­ber­ni­a. Hibernia as a national per­son­i­fi­ca­tion rep­re­sent­ing Ireland appeared in numerous cartoon and draw­ings, es­pe­cial­ly in the nine­teenth century.

Answers distribution

Albion
E'ire
Hibernia
Irlinde
answers
flagthe United Kingdom
18%
34%
36%
7%
38
flagUnknown
14%
31%
32%
20%
540
flagPoland
18%
33%
29%
18%
2591
flagthe United States
26%
33%
26%
13%
15
flagGermany
0%
60%
26%
13%
15

Gender

men32%
women28%
Albion
16%
17%
E'ire
34%
36%
Hibernia
32%
28%
Irlinde
17%
17%

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